Dealing with anxiety is actually something that many young adults with or without ASD experience. An example of this would be having a desire to attend an event in the city, but also having a fear of driving in traffic, parallel parking, or bad weather.  When not overc...

RP from 2017: I appreciate all of the positive responses to my last post Creating A Brighter Future for Adults with ASD - The First Step: Advocating for A Positive Future and hope that caregivers, educators, professionals, and individuals with ASD continue to benefit f...

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For parents of children with ASD and educators alike, The National Autism Indicators Report: Transition into Young Adulthood (Roux 2015) provided many thinking points when it shared it’s findings in a 68 page comprehensive report in 2015.  The report...

Burnout is something that I experienced as a special education teacher years ago. Looking back I could have possibly avoided the stress of burnout if I had been more mindful of the warning signs and proactive in taking care of me.  I quickly learned that I was not alon...

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